Composed 2005 - 2010 by Stefan Hetzel (Germany), born 1966. Used software: Audacity (Audio Editor) incl. various plugins (Nyquist, LADSPA + VST), Chaosynth (Granular Synthesis driven by Cellular Automata), Coagula (Image-to-Sound-Synthesis), Cubase SE, GranuLab (Granular Synthesis), lauki (Grid-oriented Soundfile Choreographer), SPEAR (Sinusoidal Analysis + ReSynthesis) Tetra (Softsynth) and Textures (Algorithmic BMP+WAV generator) All used software except Steinberg's Cubase SE was downloaded... Topic: Electroacoustic Music
Used software: Audacity (Audio Editor) incl. various plugins (Nyquist, LADSPA + VST), Chaosynth (Granular Synthesis driven by Cellular Automata), Coagula (Image-to-Sound-Synthesis), Cubase SE, GranuLab (Granular Synthesis), lauki (Grid-oriented Soundfile Choreographer), SPEAR (Sinusoidal Analysis + ReSynthesis) Tetra (Softsynth) and Textures (Algorithmic BMP+WAV generator). All used software except Steinberg’s Cubase SE was downloaded freely from the World Wide Web. Used audio hardware:... Topic: Electroacoustic music
Jam at Tom's on the day the world was going to end. Participants: Tom M, Todd M, Pablo R, Paul Wh, Paul Wa, Paul K, Dick H, Barry and Cherise, Shannon B, Elize, Dan P, Anis A, and Jeff M. Recorded in Palo Alto, California Topic: Electro-acoustic Music
Electroacoustic music consisted from sound experiments realized solo, without any electronic effects â M. Sigaud : record players, voice, Tibetan bowl with shells, objects in vibration (inox and glass, etc.), converted piano, mixer, various objects. Marseille 2007 Topics: Electroacoustic music, michel sigaud
1) Live at Kooperatif, part one. (Alexei Borisov and Olga Nosova) 2) Live at Kooperatif, part two. (Alexei Borisov, Olga Nosova, Korhan Erel, Robert Reigle) 3) Live at Kooperatif, part three. (Alexei Borisov, Olga Nosova, Sevket Akinci, Jose Blasco) 4) Istanbul Unplugged. Tracks 1-3 recorded live on the 28th of November, 2010, at Kooperatif art cafe/club (Istanbul, Turkey). Track 4 based on field and home recordings (produced by Olga Nosova and Alexei Borisov). Photo and video by Alexei... Topics: Borisov, Nosova, electroacoustic music
Antanas Jasenka „Boarding Pass“ – DVD (sound + video) + CDRemix (remixes by sound artists) A black serigraphic package, encrusted by printed calligraphy, slipping from the casual gaze, is your ticket to an interactive journey through the route called „Boarding Pass“, stringed by one of the most interesting composers and sound artists in the scene – Antanas Jasenka. The project „Boarding Pass“ had begun in 2004, when it‘s first version was performed by a laptop orchestra in the... Topics: Electronic, Electroacoustic music
Electroacoustic music consisted from sound experiments realized solo, without anyÂ electronic effects â M. Sigaud : record players, voice, Tibetan bowl with shells, objects in vibration (inox and glass, etc.), converted piano, mixer, various objects. Marseille 2007 Topic: electroacoustic music*concrete music*music live experiences
Several physicists have hypothesized existence of an extra dimension of this universe, and speculative theories about dimension of space have been introduced. The endeavor of physicists inspired me to think about an extra dimension of music. In this piece, I tried to create an additional dimension that might be conceptually abstract using a live video camera and four channel sounds as the extra dimensions. Effects of the live video could produce another potential dimension. I composed a piece... Topics: Snaredrum, live electronics, electronic music, electroacoustic music
Morceaux d'Ekumen / Pieces of Ekumen is the first project in wich all the Ekumen resident are involved. This mp3 CD include 7 pieces for 40 minutes of light music oscillating between electroacoustic and folk. Our summer testimony. ( 1 reviews ) Topic: mp3, electronic, ambient, electroacoustic, music, ekumen
Electroacoustic music consisted from sound experiments realized solo, without any electronic effects ;M. Sigaud : record players, voice, Tibetan bowl with shells, objects in vibration (inox and glass, etc.), converted piano, mixer, various objects. Marseille 2007 ( 1 reviews ) Topic: electroacoustic music*concrete music*mp3
"Etude for Prepared Piano" (2012) takes sound samples of a prepared piano and immediately begins to transform them into complex, inharmonic timbres, with some interplay between the two. Topics: musique concrete, electroacoustic music, sound composition, abstract sound, experimental
Ziur is the artistic name of Andre Ruiz. Originally from Maia, Portugal, is a composer who has made creations for movie pictures, animation films, vÃdeo games and musical orchestral arrangements and collaborated with several artist performers. He lives in Braga where he teachs composition at the local Music school. For many years is working in classical music as teacher and composer. Ziurâs project (created in 2005) is an escape for his believes and is an atempt to expand his music ideas... Topics: electronische musik, electroacoustic music, musique concrÃ¨te, experimental, avant-garde
Elective Affinities 9'12 or 3'00 minutes. Five channel piece commissioned for Utsnitt, a foyer installation during Fylkingen's 75 years anniversary festival, 22nd - 30th of November, 2008. The sound comes exclusively from the instrument Platforms. The order was on a piece with the duration of 2-3 minutes. When it was done, however, it was 9'12, and thus I made two versions. The title comes from Goethe (who borrowed it in his turn from chemistry) but is an established concept often referring to... Topics: Elective Affinities, Johannes Bergmark, Fylkingen, Platforms, Goethe, electro-acoustic music
PalakaPod was a project started by Keegan Smith and Matt West in 2006, later involving KSBP founder Steven Edwards and KSBP collaborator Jory Watkins. West also has collaborated with Edwards on more recent KSBP projects.The Hyper-World album was PalakaPod's magnum opus, or sole opus for that matter, recorded while the members were seniors in high school and released just two days before their graduation in 2007. PalakaPod was abandoned in 2008.Hundreds of copies "Hyper-World" album... Topics: album, acoustic, comedy, electroacoustic music, pop, experimental rock, synthpop, satire
several electronic music studies and pieces using Csound, 2000-2001, by Adam Overton with some of the accompanying .orc and .sco files and necessary sound files used to generate the work these were my very first forays into the world of composition, while studying at Georgia State University with Robert Scott Thompson Etudes 1. Etude 1 (1:09) - (AdditiveS/Loscil) 2. Etude 2 (0:55) - (SubtractiveS/DiskIn) - with Christopher Case reading from William Burroughs 3. Etude 3 (1:02) - (FM) 4. Etude 4... Topics: adam overton, csound, electronic music, electroacoustic music, synthesis, etudes, studies
Made for the "Third Miracle" during the Okno Festival at Teatr Kana, Szczecin, Poland, the 27th of February 2005. Source material is the sound of two giant wine glasses making a long toast. Made at EMS, Stockholm in 2005. Topics: Wine Glass, EMS, Electro-acoustic Music in Sweden, Johannes Bergmark
"Beauties of the Beast" was composed about 1998, using as source material the recorded wild animal sounds. These sounds were processed, combined, and put through assorted effects. One of my longer pieces. Topics: musique concrete, electroacoustic music, sound composition, abstract sound, experimental
Spontaneous compositions by Cathy Stevens (violectra), Geoff Hearn (saxophones), Karen Wimhurst (clarinets), Udo Dzierzanowski (guitar), Adrian Newton (laptop) and Tony Gill (drums). These recordings of live improvisations were made at St Aldhelm's church, Poole, Dorset, UK in January 2009. The group gathered to remember our friend Steve Harris, who sadly passed away a year before; these recordings are a tribute to him. The recordings that we made with Steve as the group 'Zaum' are available... Topics: free improvisation, electro-acoustic music, experimental jazz, electronic
This piece was composed by "deconstructing" an original work by Daniel Stearns, called "Seven Suns of Cinnibus". The original sounds were teased apart, distorted & crunched, then "reconstructed". Thanks to Dan for permission to use his outstanding work. Topics: musique concrete, electroacoustic music, sound composition, abstract sound, experimental
The Metal Harp Suite 62'53 minutes, in 5 parts. Realized at EMS, Electro-acoustic Music in Sweden 2003. PremiÃ¨re at the Sleeping Bag Concert at Fylkingen 24th of January 2003. Part 1, 37'49 min Part 2, 4'46 min Part 3, 7'15 min Part 4, 7'46 min Part 5, 5'07 min "For this sleeping concert I have made one hour of electro-acoustic suite which only consists of sounds, lightly treated, from one of my oldest instruments called the Metal Harp. It's a copper tube with triangular iron plates of... Topics: The Metal Harp Suite, Metallharpesvit, EMS, Electro-acoustic Music in Sweden, Fylkingen, Sleeping...
A short remix piece commissioned by the norwegian improvising quartet Spunk. The materials come from their first cd and the remix was made for a remix compilation of it. After I sent the first version, I was asked to use compression and reverb on it. I added som reverb that came only one second after the end. Anyway, it was refused and never used on the remix cd.(The title of the piece is of course a joke with Dirty Harry's standard phrase and the name Spunk backwards.) Topics: Johannes Bergmark, Well Do You, PunkS?, Spunk, refused, eam, electro-acoustic music, remix, Spunk,...
L'Ultima Spiaggia - about 25 minutes sound poem read live with different voice methods, recorded sound files and text and image pieces triggered live - sometimes they are seen on a big screen, sometimes heard in the loudspeakers. The background sounds are concrete as well as computer generated. First performance at Fylkingen, the 20th of April 2000 on the EAM-class concert. This long poem was written on a journey in Italy '98, on which I visited the family house of my childhood for the last... Topics: L'Ultima Spiaggia, Johannes Bergmark, sound poetry, Fylkingen, Torsten Bergmark, electro-acoustic...
Communist from Outer Space for two channels tape, micro moog, voice and live extra-terrestrial, 9.40. First performed during the concert "VALBAR med STUDIO 4:S MÃN OCH HANNA", Fylkingen, election day, Sunday the 20th of September, 1998. During the worst days of the cold war with anti-communist scare, a piecefully minded alien is crasch-landing in the world's richest country. Instead of getting any help, he is imprisoned by the American military, who also keep his existance secret to... Topics: Communist from Outer Space, Johannes Bergmark, alien, Roswell, Eisenhower, elections,...
recording of the international electroacoustic online live remix session based on Joerg Stelkens tubePlug software and the DEGEM-CD "90 Sekunden Wirklichkeit" - organized by Frank Niehusmann; performed 2007-JULY-28 between 11.00 and 24.00 CET; the session was part of the DEGEM-symposium "Remix-Re?" on that day in Munich/Germany at the "t-u-b-e" ; for details check www.degem.de and www.niehusmann.org and www.t-u-b-e.de Topics: tubePlug, DEGEM, Niehusmann, Stelkens, network, electroacoustic music, t-u-b-e